Welcome the Lunar New Year at the Grand Dame of Philippine hotels, The Manila Hotel, as you celebrate prosperity with your loved ones, and enjoy great food and a relaxing getaway.

Families can delight in each other’s company on Chinese New Year weekend with the best room deal. For only ₱6,999 nett, you can book a Superior Deluxe Room that comes with breakfast for two, one box of The Manila Hotel’s special handmade Nian Gao (tikoy), and a ₱1,000 dining voucher at Red Jade, the hotel’s authentic Chinese restaurant that serves Cantonese specialties. The room promo isn’t only for the Chinese New Year weekend but until Jan. 31.

For your Lunar New Year meal, delight in various auspicious menu such as Wok Tiger Prawns in Mandarin Sauce, Braised E-Fu Noodles with Assorted Mushroom in Abalone Sauce, Red Jade Signature Seafood Cucumber Casserole, and Deep-Fried Sesame Balls Stuffed with Brown Chocolate especially prepared by our Chinese culinary team led by The Manila Hotel’s Chinese head chef Raymond Yeung.

Final tikoy - The Lucky TikoyGolden Almond Tikoy and Golden Osmanthus Tikoy

Lo Hei Salmon - The Lucky TikoyLo Hei Salmon

Final braised boneless pork leg - The Lucky TikoyBraised Boneless Pork Leg with Sea Moss

Chinese New Year Set menu starts at ₱2,888++ per pax minimum of four persons.

Gather with your loved ones and enjoy customary dishes such as Lo Hei Salmon as you toss up good fortune, appreciate family union and bonding; and Braised Boneless Pork Leg with Sea Moss, which represents growth in wealth, long life, and prosperity.

Usher good fortune as you bring home the Lucky Tikoy custom-made by the hotel. Try the Golden Almond Tikoy, which is nutty, sweet, and fragrant. Or, if you like something sweet and flavorful, choose the Golden Osmanthnus Tikoy.

Lucky Tikoy is ₱988 nett per piece, available at the Delicatessen or Red Jade restaurant, if not part of the room booking.

Chinese New Year celebration at The Manila Hotel starts with the traditional “eye-dotting” at the hotel’s canopy at 10:30 a.m. on Jan. 25, followed by the Lion Dance in various areas of the hotel.

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